3MY Round-Up: Sweating
In The Beginning
Well, the hot weather is here. Fans are on, and the pool is out. Of course, I’m still working, so the rest of the family gets a chance to play with it all.
I’m a few days away from my allergy clinic appointment, so it will be interesting to see how I react and what I need to do to avoid bananas!
How have you all been? Keeping cool?
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Scout Comics, Mad Cave Studios, and Archie Comics have all announced new titles upcoming. Including some horror, some new collections and even a celebrity writer.
From Rebellion and the Treasury Of British Comics, there are some new collections, including some classic adventures and some more up-to-date.
In the chess world, a new manga comes from Ablaze Publishing, featuring chess star Garry Kasparov.
GlobalComix has some good news, with enrollments increasing. Perhaps it’s down to another digital comics provider messing up, but nevertheless, they keep adding some excellent comics and publishers so that the users will increase!
Microcosm Publishing has released a controversial and interesting new title - The Black Man's Guide to Getting Pulled Over. this satirical look at race is sure to rile some people, but I think it is a story that needs to be told.
The second issue of The Brandenburg School For Boys is out now from digital comics publisher Panel Syndicate.
There has been an announcement that Mark Waid is returning to evil; Irredeemable looks due to return in 2023.
I don’t know how I feel about this. This series put Boom Studios on the map, and the main series and its spinoffs worked really well. The ending was perfect and seemed to wrap things up in a good way.
That said, curiosity and my enjoyment of the original series will probably see me picking it up. What are your thoughts?
Launching on the 23rd July 2022, from the team that brought you The 77 is a new horror anthology - This Comic is Haunted.
A 36 page horror anthology comic that will scare and entertain in equal measure.
On Zoop is Night Of The Comet. It features special printing of an oversized graphic novel.
In the dead of night a tired old man waits for his death…unaware that it is creeping in his door. By Jonathan Thompson & Attila Schwanz
Due to popular demand, we're printing this as a 100-page OVERSIZED hardcover graphic novel. Once you see it, we're sure you'll agree that the incredibly dense and detailed art, media & colors really benefit from this much larger format.
Special Offers & Sales
Humble Bundle has a new sale from Rebellion running now:
The law is here, courtesy of 2000 AD! Back by popular demand, this bundle is absolutely packed with comics and stories from the Judge Dredd universe. Enjoy diving into comics like Zenith, Judge Death: My Name is Death, Dredd: Final Judgement, and Young Death. Plus, your purchase helps support Cancer Research UK and Save the Children UK!
From Broken Face Comics is the penultimate issue of Plainer Jane. The review will be coming soon, but this was an excellent issue, and the series is something worth checking out.
From Mad Robot Comics is Sickness or Sorrow.
Untraceable psychopaths. The organisation hunting them. An adult tale of obsession and manipulation.
From Time Bomb Comics is an anthology from a successful Kickstarter featuring some classic characters. Spectrum features Captain Scarlet, Space Precinct and Terrahawks.
Mark Millar returns to one of his characters in the second volume of Prodigy from Image Comics. The first issue is now out and sets things up nicely.
Three new issues of 2000 AD from Rebellion over the last couple of weeks. There have been the regular progs - 2289 & 2290 - as well as a Sci-Fi Special. On top of that, Hawk The Slayer's latest issue.
The Armageddon Game begins in the pages of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the opening moves begin here from IDW Publishing.
Van Helsing returns in a new adventure from Zenescope Entertainment, and this one looks to kick off some more new adventures and story arcs going forward.